One Page Lore is a publication that offers brilliant characterizations of races far from the usual racist stereotypes. This Kickstarter project is called Fantasy Folk because it treats exotic races such as nagas, elves, gnolls, fairies, dikarya (mushroom people), lizardfolk, halflings, kobolds, quericu (tree people), orcs, dwarfs and goblins.
The contents are suitable for any role-playing game that includes these creatures and can be used for both playing and non-playing characters. There is also information that aims to dispel even some myths related to these races, providing original ideas for adventures.
The success of the Kickstarter campaign
The end of this Kickstarter campaign is just a few days away and the funds requested have already been widely collected and doubled. This also allowed to unlock a stretch goal, that is the presence of a new breed: the winged harpies. If still more funds can be collected, a second (and mysterious) stretch goal is foreseen.
If you decide to contribute, there are only three pledges available:
- $4 (about €4): digital copy
- $7 (about €7): digital and physical copy
- $30 (about €28): digital copy, physical copy and creation of an extra race to be included in the final work
We like this clarity, this simplicity and the possibility of actively participating in the choice of contents; all at a price that is not exaggerated at all.
The author behind One Page Lore… And not only
In addition to all this, Jesse has also collaborated on some free tools that are as bizarre as they are useful to the world of RPGs:
- WTF Is My Ridiculous Magical Item Generator: random generator of magical objects with a doubtful taste but an indisputable spirit
- What’s the Local Cuisine Generator: random generator of complete fantasy-themed recopies